What not to say to grieving students (and other tools to help bereaved kids at school)
Not only helpful for grieving, and certainly not only applicable to students. Very helpful!
Great website with worksheets for therapists
TEAR Model of Grief
Grief Workbook for Coping with Death
Grief workbook for coping with death. Great resource for counselors, therapists, social workers, and psychologists.
25 Examples of Funeral Thank You Messages
When you lose a loved on, many family and friends may step in to help support you through this time of grief. This is something that you should embrace to help you make it through this difficult time. Expressing your feelings by writing them down or joining a support group can assist you throughout the
Sentence Stems --similar to what Durham Hospice uses in Parental Loss Group
Grief And Loss Worksheets | Writing a letter to the person who has passed is a good tool to say ...
Ball of grief - A tangled "Ba;;" of emotions. Allowing them, understanding them, respecting them is all part of the healing process & the "Grief Cycle"
Making Memory Boxes -- from Grief Counseling for Teens. Seems like a cool way to work thru grief.
Grief & Loss Worksheets | Psychology Tools
Grief Self-Exploration House
We modified the DBT House* activity to include a grief component. This activity is a great way to allow a client the opportunity to explore his/her grief journey in the context of other areas in h…
http://3-week-diet.digimkts.com/ Are you happy? Memory Bracelets for grieving - but you can also use the same idea as a Coping/soothing bracelet when times get though e.g. recovery, anxiety, stress, panic, ED, SI, etc
The whirlpool of grief
The process of grieving an unhappy, abusive childhood can looks a lot like this picture. This process is similar to the stages of dying as described by Kubler-Ross.
During my last semester in graduate school, I developed an intervention I am proud to share with you all. It's a self-care plan that I implement with my clients, as well as in my personal life. My ...
A Lesson Plan for a 6 week grief group to help students manage their grief [lessons can easily be adapted for older or younger students]
Here's a four part overview of the grieving process, showing the self-protective shock and denial, followed by the resistance of anger and depression, leading finally to release, resolution and peace.